Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Symptoms

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Symptoms

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Symptoms

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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Symptoms

  1. Intensely depressed mood
  2. Feelings of hopelessness or self-worth
  3. Intense anxiety, tension, feelings of being “on her nerves”
  4. Intense emotional readiness
  5. Persistent and intense anger or irritability or an increase in interpersonal conflict
  6. Decreased interest in usual activities
  7. Subjective feeling of difficulty concentrating
  8. Feeling drowsy, lethargic, or a marked lack of energy
  9. Sharp change in appetite, overeating, or cravings for special foods
  10. Hypersomnia or insomnia
  11. Subjective feeling of disintegration or loss of control
  12. Other physical symptoms such as breast tenderness or swelling, headaches, muscle or joint pain, feeling bloated, weight gain

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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Symptoms – sex and love

The cycle is very important for the woman. It is an extremely important part of her sexuality because it drives her biologically to find a partner. So it’s related to her whole life. Because she knows early on that she has the ability to have children and wants to have children. A woman always looks for security in her partner. So economic surface on the one hand and social power on the other ensure a man that he will be preferred. Men sell love and women sell sex in order to get close when they are basically not their main interests. Women don’t date for sex. They just want to be loved. Men sell love, make offers, to be accepted to have sex. These are the conditions for pairing.

The cycle reminds the woman that she has sexuality and this causes her to come into great psychosomatic tension during those days. There usually men are stunned, they cannot understand what is happening, they feel weak and do not know how to stand. It is the great mystery that seems unsolved for man when it is just a normal monthly cyclical physical condition that every woman faces according to the tension involved. But for man it remains a great secret which he cannot approach and he fears it as the primitive man fears lightning. As for the symptoms of premenstrual disorder, as you read above, they are expressed through psychological manifestations and have a psychosomatic basis.


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